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Dr. Con Sheahan

September 16, 2017 Leave a comment

Dr. Con Sheahan B Eng(UL), MBA (UL), PhD(UL), C. Eng., MIEI

Dr. Con Sheahan is a senior lecturer at the Enterprise Research Centre, University of Limerick, Ireland. He has a PhD in Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Optimisation, a B.Eng. in Production Engineering and an MBA from UL. His recent career has spanned both industry and academia. His research is focused on enterprise performance modelling and optimisation. He has experience in supervising a number of doctoral research and EU projects. He has co-ordinated EU collaborative research projects including industrial and academic partners from across Europe.





James Sheehan
Dickason Professor in the Humanities; Professor of Modern European History, Emeritus.

At Stanford Since 1979
Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley; A.B., Stanford University

Professor Helena Sheehan

Helena Sheehan PHD – Dublin City University

Born in the USA. Grew up catholic and conservative. As result of study, became agnostic and liberal, then atheist and radical. Started university and taught primary school as a nun. Left convent, then church and country. Earned degrees: BS in 1967 from St Joseph’s College in Philadelphia, MA in 1970 from Temple University in Philadelphia, PhD in 1980 from Trinity College Dublin in philosophy. Travelled often to Eastern Europe for research purposes. Wrote books: Marxism and the Philosophy of Science: A Critical History published in 1985 and 1993; Irish Television Drama: A Society and Its Stories published in 1987 and 2004; The Continuing Story of Irish Television Drama: Tracking the Tiger published in 2004. Co-edited Mapping Irish Media: Critical Explorations published in 2007. Appointed to permanent position at DCU in 1994. Made 5 research trips to South Africa between 2001-2007, based primarily at University of Cape Town, investigating intellectual dynamics of post-apartheid universities. Over the years taught university courses, supervised postgraduate research, presented conference papers, gave public lectures, appeared on radio and tv, sought truth, marched against injustice. Stuck with marxism after many others abandoned it.